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- Listening Length: 5 hours and 39 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Books in Motion
- Audible.com Release Date: January 16, 2014
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HWIBQWO
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Snowbound: The Protectors, 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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This is where the story really gets interesting as she tries to work out if she is in a friendly camp. The author puts a little humor as Mallory works out just who and what Gage is. There are some really funny scenes as Mallory goes between if he is with the killers or not. Poor Gage just doesn’t know what to think when this crazy woman who is almost dead falls on his doorstep.
Mallory is a go getter not letting grass grow under her feet. She is a lovely character who is strong but has a past that still haunts her. Helping find these 12 women and who is behind them being taken could go a long way to heal her pain and maybe bring closure to a past she can’t forget.
Gabe he is one hot little number who also has a haunting past of the worse kind. He can find no peace from the pain and hurt he has caused. He blames his self with no relief in sight. All he knows is he wants to be left alone in his pain. What is the fast way to get this crazy woman out of his home so he can go back to putting in time in a world that has gone crazy?
The author gives a wonderful plot with humor, passion, pain, sorrow, love. Two people trying to work out their past and overcome things they feel were their fault. Both needing so much maybe these two if they can ever come together on the same page can heal each other as they learn to rebuild their lives. The author gives you wonderful characters as she keeps you guessing to the outcome. Just when you think you have the man in charge of these crimes worked out you might want to rethink that and look a little harder. The author doesn’t give much away as she tells a wonderful story which is pack full of action from start to finish. I can’t wait to read more in this series with Karen’s wonderful smooth writing style as she gives you a wonderful thrilling suspense.
I listen to this on audio and thought the narrator did a good job. She isn’t the best but not the worse by far. I thought sometimes her tones were a little off and at other times right on the money. I would listen to other audios she has narrated. She does bring life to the pages the author has written, she does have a smoothing soft voice which is easy to listen to. Well worth the listen…
I would recommend this book in either the audio or written, both are outstanding. I felt it had just enough passion and romance to keep the story interesting. The action was thrilling and it did keep me turning the pages to find out what was going to happen next.
I just finished reading Snowbound, after I read Imposter and realized there were three books. Since I had only read one of her books I only bought one more. Now here I am back with a little list by my side to buy 6 more.
She writes a compelling novel and it doesn't have any down time. Also she does not depend on lots of lurid love scenes to fill in. Snowbound is solid and keeps you thinking and wondering what will happen next -every time she writes you into a wall she has designed! She doesn't waste time or words. I found her to be an excellent author and I hope to enjoy lots more of her books.
This is supposedly an action/romance/thriller type and while there was a great deal of action, it was thrown out and then glossed over so quickly that just as you were getting into it the leading characters, Mallory & Gage, had gotten themselves out of their supposed fix - that simple! And, they do get into quite a few scrapes for such a short novella.
I guess what struck me the most was that Mallory is an FBI agent & Gage a PD Captain, yet they were forever being followed, found, attacked - you get the idea. Neither of them seemed very competent or knowledgeable.
The supposed chemistry between Mallory & Gage never read as real. Indeed, for the 1st 1/2 of the story he wants nothing to do with her. Then suddenly he's got to have her, at least in his bed. Mallory on the other hand wants Gage from the get go, even though he does his level best to be unfriendly and downright nasty upon occasion.
Words of advice to the author. There is some great potential with this storyline, if it were fleshed out a lot more. More careful editing needs to be conducted as several errors left me scratching my head and re-reading a passage (or four). Conduct a little more research into the CJ fields & agencies before you write about them. Also, the sex scenes were very mild - almost as though the author felt she had to quickly throw them in but wasn't quite sure how to go about it.
For the price, you can't go wrong. It is what it is. I've read much worse. But I've also read better.
Also if the publisher is going to advertise a book for a certain number of pages (236), they should not end on page 216 and then begin pushing the next book in the series. Shame on you!